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Year,Spring,Fall
2014,Sabbatical Leave,CS 135: Computational Semantics”
2013,CS 216: Language Annotation for Machine Learning,CS 112: Modal Temporal and Spatial Logics
2012,CS 114: Introduction to Computational Linguistics,CS 101: Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence
2011,CS 216: Corpus Linguistics and Language Annotation,Sabbatical Leave
2010,Semantics: Meaning in Language,CS 112: Modal Temporal and Spatial Logics
2009,Computational Semantics,Computational Semantics and Generative Lexicon Theory
2008,Introduction to Computational Linguistics, Modal Temporal and Spatial Logics
2007,Generative Lexicon Theory and Corpus Linguistics,Foundations of Artificial Intelligence
2006,Introduction to Computational Linguistics,Representation and Reasoning in AI: Logics and Feature Structures
2005,Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence (cs 35a),Foundations of Semantics
2004,Computational Pragmatics: From Lexicon to Discourse (cs 216),Temporal Logic for Artificial Intelligence (cs 112)
2003, Intelligent Agents: Commonsense Reasoning for the Semantic Web (cs 112), Computational Linguistics (cs 114)
2002, Internet and Society (cs 33b), Origins of Language (USEM 40a)
2001, Foundations of Machine Intelligence (cs 35), Computational Linguistics (cs 114)
2000, Intelligent Behavior and Software Agents (cs 112), Sabbatical Leave
1999, Computational Linguistics (cs 114), Topics in Natural Language Processing (cs 216)
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Summer Courses

 2007:  Context-Sensitive Methods in Lexical and Discourse Meaning

 2006: ESSLLI: Type theory and the Semantics of Local Context

Special Courses

 LOT Winter School, Nijmegen, January 2007:  Compositionality and the Theory of Argument Selection

 Vilem Mathesius Lecture 21, December 2006: Empirical Approaches to Compositionality